The Landscapes of Grief
With speakers John Banville, Ciaran Benson, Dr Tanya M. Cassidy, Dr Anthony McCarthy and Dr Julie Sutton
Saturday 26 May 2018 - Dublin
It is a universal truth that we are all going to die. We know this but we tend to ignore the reality, and to struggle with the inevitability that we will lose people we love. Death in our society is unacceptable and 15 percent of all psychological disorders are due to unresolved grief. But within the last two decades, there has been a revolution of understandings and theories that help us understand the process of healthy mourning. This day brings together therapy, landscape and literature to look at theories and processes that facilitate healthy grieving - both in psychotherapeutic practice and in life itself.
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